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We are Corentin Daudigny, founder and designer of Maison IAGU, a luxury lifestyle, A-gender and bespoke tailoring brand committed to sustainable practices and gender equality and Amy Lauen, VR filmmaker/artist working in the polar research community at the nexus between research, education and artistic practice. 


Together, we have created Project Sea Ice, a unique retail industry expansion plan to meet rising consumer demands for sustainable apparel and overcome the systemic challenges that inhibit retail businesses from scaling sustainably with design thinking and innovative approaches that alchemize from cross-pollination between Science, Art, Retail and Technology. 

We produce value—not waste—through design-driven products that 1) provide consumers with high end sustainable retail options; 2) eliminate waste and pollution; 3) keep products and materials in use; 4) regenerate natural systems; 5) employ efficient use of resources; 6) are made with local manufacturing & labor; 7) deliver more value by improving quality and performance; 8) call for active engagement and participation in the natural world.  

On September 9th, we are premiering our Sea Ice Collection at New York Fashion Week. The Sea Ice Collection, which started out as an education & public outreach project merging climate science and sustainable fashion education, tells the story of the diminishing Arctic sea ice cover through fabric pattern and garment design. We created the Sea Ice Collection to inspire collective action and shift the conversation about Climate Change away from environmental doomism towards the beauty of all there is still left to save. 

Project Sea Ice is a research and development model to enter new markets anchored in local sustainable practices, educate consumers about the environmental and human rights violations of the Fast Fashion industry, raise awareness about brand consciousness, reorient consumer habits towards sustainable practices and provide consumers with high end sustainable retail options. This year, Project Sea Ice will launch the 2023 World Peace Forum held in Barcelona, Spain, and mark the inaugural annual event.

Project Sea Ice is joined by

The World Peace Forum


The International Arctic Research Center (IARC)

The Cousteau Foundation

MOCO Museum Barcelona

The British School of Fashion

Natalia Olson, former advisor for small business and innovation to the Obama Administration and—

Director of Government Partnerships for Plug and Play

Neil Harbisson, Internationally Renowned Artist

Natascha Radclyffe-Thomas, Renowned Sustainability Expert

Dominique Palmer, Climate Justice Activist

Alexa Stark, Up-cycle Fashion Pioneer

Alexandra Pittman, Impact Mapper Founder and CEO

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